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Research data scientist at U. New Mexico Libraries. Building alogirithms, data analysis, and solving coding puzzles makes me happy. Big supporter of "Open Science." Draw satisfaction from openly contributing (e.g. on StackExchange sites, wikipedia, open science).


Jul
31
comment Is there a theorem or conjecture that specifies a balanced prime must be multiple of 3# distance from neighboring primes?
Thanks, @Gerry Myerson! I don't have reputation to upvote these answers, but thank you everyone for the links and help.
Jul
31
comment Is there a theorem or conjecture that specifies a balanced prime must be multiple of 3# distance from neighboring primes?
Thank you, that's the right picture!
May
19
comment Is there a theorem or conjecture that specifies a balanced prime must be multiple of 3# distance from neighboring primes?
@AndréNicolas Thank you! I had read that, but didn't properly realize that CPAP-3 is a special case of AP-3. And apparently the Green-Tao theorem says: "If an AP-k does not begin with the prime k, then the common difference is a multiple of the primorial k# = 2·3·5·...·j, where j is the largest prime ≤ k."
May
19
comment Is there a theorem or conjecture that specifies a balanced prime must be multiple of 3# distance from neighboring primes?
@MarkBennet yes, 3,5,7 is an exception, but I think that would be covered in the theorem for minimum separation of a balanced prime (besides 5, all others have a minimum separation of 3#)